- 2016 BroadwayWorld Toronto Award Winner: Best Fringe Festival Production (Musical) - Romeo and Juliet Chainsaw Massacre - Bain & Bernard Comedy
- NNNN & Critic’s Pick "Forsooth, me thinks Romeo & Juliet Chainsaw Massacre will sell out. Buy thine tickets now. Verily, so much fun " - Glen Sumi, NOW Magazine
- “At its best, Romeo & Juliet Chainsaw Massacre is a hell of a lot more than the sum of its parts. It’s gory, it’s funny, ... See this show.” - Mike Anderson, Mooney on Theatre
- “Overall, the atmosphere is genuine, and there is a solid plot twist, much like good horror needs. If you want to know what it’s like to belly laugh for an hour straight, give Romeo & Juliet Chainsaw Massacre a shot.” – Jen, Geekpr0n
- “Shakespeare spoofs are a dime a dozen, but this piece (Sherlock Holmes and the case of Hamlet) is something special – and more fun than any-thing else we have come across.” - Mark Woollett, Artistic Associate, Advice To The Players
- “Their lively, physical and frankly, quite silly comedy is the perfect complement to our mainstage shows… Bain and Bernard have become a favourite feature at the (St. Lawrence Shakespeare) Festival” - Ian Farthing, Former Artistic Director, St. Lawrence Shakespeare Festival
- "I like your style guys." His Worship Mayor David Miller of Toronto, Junction Opening night Gala 2008. (He might have been talking about our vests.)
- "I remember you two, you guys are great." His Worship Mayor David Miller of Toronto, Junction Opening night Gala 2009.
- “The Junction Arts Festival was fantastic! I had a grand time. You had fantastic music acts, lots of stages, dance, great food, a really happy vibe and of course my friends Bain and Bernard were stellar! ” – Nancy White, Singer-songwriter/satirist, Sept. 9/08.
- "The funny will be headlined by some truly gifted comedians, Bain & Bernard. The best way to describe them is to picture Abbott & Costello flung from the 1940’s to the present day." - Lanrick Bennett Jr. TORONTO TOURISM NEWS - Sept 13, 2009 - http://tourism.to/
- "Who says vaudeville is dead? Comics Warren Bain and Matt Bernard have appeared all over Toronto combining classic routines with new material, even counting David Miller as a fan. This year’s fest showcases their “You’ve Never Seen Anything Like It Show!” - Jeff Cottrill - EYEWEEKLY - September 09, 2009